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Don’t miss all the coverage from around the Fleet in your fortnightly online copy of Navy News. Items in this edition include:

PAYING TRIBUTE: A special four-page lift-out on the commemoration of Anzac Day at home and around the world – Pages 1 and 11-14.

PROMOTING STABILITY: HMAS Ballarat combines forces with People’s Liberation Army – Navy vessel Huangshan for joint exercises – Page 3.

TOMORROW’S TECHNICIANS: Young women visit HMAS Cairns to experience life at sea on board hydrographic ship HMAS Melville – Page 5.

And in sport:

BIG STAGE: Mixed results for the Aussie Rules ADF All-Stars from Anzac Round matches at Docklands Stadium and Adelaide Oval – Pages 23 and 24.


SAD FAREWELL: We pay tribute to two soldiers tragically killed in separate training accidents – PAGES 2-3

HIGH CALIBRE: Don’t miss our coverage of the Australian Army Skill at Arms Meeting as troops face off in the ultimate test of marksmanship – COVER, CENTRE

MISSION READY: The transfer of Task Group Taji Rotation 4 to Rotation 5 is under way in Iraq as we continue our training mission with our New Zealand friends – PAGES 6-7

1RAR OWNS THE NIGHT: Soldiers of 1RAR are conducting the operational test and evaluation of enhanced Night Fighting Equipment in Townsville – PAGES 10-11

COMBINING FORCES: 7 Bde units come together for Exercise Diamond Walk – PAGES 14-15

ETHICAL SOLDIERING REWARDED: Six soldiers living Army’s core values receive Jonathan Church Ethical Soldier awards – PAGES 20-21

AND IN SPORT: ADF Rugby Union women impress on the Gold Coast – BACK PAGE


PREPARED AND PRECISE: The Air Task Group continues to take the fight to Daesh, slowly but surely aiding Iraqi Security Forces to liberate West Mosul. – Pages 1 and centre.

BANNER YEAR: We talk to Airman of the Year, Alicia Bannerman, on how her values influence her career in the Air Force. – Page 3.

VIRTUAL REALITY: Exercise Diamond Thunder links bases together to train simultaneously on the one virtual range. – Page 5.

And in sport: Our best surfers receive top honours in the Air Force Surfing Championships. – Pages 27-28.